STATISTICS & HISTORY
Floyd “Scotty” Hamilton was an all-state player for Grafton High in West Virginia. Hamilton was the star of of West Virginia’s 1942 NIT national championship team. In the tournament, Hamilton led the last-seeded Mountaineers to a monumental 58-49 overtime win against Coach Clair Bee’s Long Island squad, which came into the game with a 42-game winning streak. The Mountaineers finished 19-4. Hamilton averaged 8.7 points per game to become West Virginia’s first-ever basketball All-America selection. In 1943, Hamilton joined the Navy and served in World War II. He was head basketball coach at Washington & Lee for two seasons and was the long-time athletic director at Marietta (Ohio) High School.
|SCOTTY HAMILTON||Height:||5:11||Weight:||190||College:||West Virginia’43|
|Floyd Scott Hamilton||Born: Nov 21, 1921||Died: Apr 11, 1976||Hometown:||Grafton, WV|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1946-47||San Diego Dons||AAU|
|Major League Totals||7||8||9||25||3.6|
|Major League Totals||3||5||1||11||3.7|